The Science Survey

The view of Colorado from a plane before COVID-19 interrupted travel plans for the summer of 2020 worldwide.

The Pros and Cons of Changed Summer Plans Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic

June 18, 2020

This year, our lives have been flipped upside down due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. With the fear of a se...

Through her piece, Violeta Pekar ’22 illustrates how isolated our world feels and how simple human contact can pose a great danger at the moment. “Every time we go outside, we are putting ourselves and our family at risk.  However, essential workers do this everyday to keep us functioning as a society and help others in crisis. I would like to thank everyone, especially the medical workers on the front lines, for all they do for us,” said Pekar.

Thank You to Our Unsung Heroes: Essential Workers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 11, 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has witnessed the reality of human nature thr...

Mohammed Zaid ’21 (left), Tajwar Rahman ’21 (middle), and Ummol Fatema ’21 (right) are working on creating their own neural network in the Machine Learning Club. “It’s a really fun club with great leaders, and it exposes us to a field that seems to be growing more and more important,” said Rahman.

New Clubs Come to Bronx Science

April 8, 2020

Looking back on their high school careers, adults often say that high school is what you make of it. ...

After watching 'Jumanji: The Next Level,' Zoey Sun ’22 said, “The jokes were funny, but the movie was still too hyped-up.”

Brought Back to Life in ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’

March 3, 2020

The game has been brought back to life! On December 13, 2019, the third installment of the Jumanji fran...

Udhai Krishnakumar ’22 discusses his opposition to stereotypes used in society at large.

A Not-So-Surprising Supporter

November 23, 2019

On September 12, 2019, Shane Gillis lost fans, and Andrew Yang lost supporters. Just two weeks before the start...

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